Special guest host Jenne(fer) Tunnell joins John this year for our annual recordings at the American Academy of Audiology’s annual conference. We focus on Tinnitus with guests from the American Tinnitus Association and British Tinnitus Association discussing how patients and providers can access their services and materials. We also have a special conversation with Dr. […]
We discuss new research in pediatric cisplatin therapy and Meniere’s Disease treatment. Meanwhile, one of the audiology organizations finally steps up and proclaims the benefits of audiology care and IHS stumbles all over itself in an attempt to tell audiologists they were wrong to oppose the federal Department of Labor training dispensers on procedures outside […]
John and Dean focus on professional issues which seem to be arising all around us recently. In addition, we perform a little self-examination about our own biases, although not too much. That would probably hurt.
Breaking news about a new oto-antibiotic and the best gene every for deafness. Plus, we catch up on birthdays and proceed without Mindy to keep us in check, which causes John to rant about just about everybody who irks us. The one organization we didn’t talk bad about? ASHA! Go figure.
After an extended summer break, Dean, Mindy, and John are back for your listening pleasure – or detriment. We catch up on a few months of news and birthdays and ask the question of the year: Are hearing instruments being treated as consumer electronic devices?
We close out the conference with a big student episode. We are joined by the SAA President and President-Elect and play our second annual game of AudiologyTalk Senseless Trivia. Listen and find out who took home the trophy this year!
AudiologyTalk starts off the conference with a heavyweight lineup of guests. We discuss the new ABA preceptor certificate training program, ACAE’s Clinical Education Forum on Saturday of the conference and even have an international listener on the program to talk about what he is doing.
Our annual AudiologyNOW! preview episode gets into full swing with guest Joscelyn Martin, AuD, the 2016 Program Chair. While we’re thinking about education, John and Dean debate the current state of professional education in the U.S. Are we still using an outdated model? Shouldn’t we be able to use technology to learn in new and […]
In this episode, the saga of ADA becoming a buying group continues and we discuss the uninformed recommendations of a Presidential Advisory Council’s report and the FDA’s complete lack of action in our industry.
Mindy’s back! We regroup to discuss the latest news and issues in audiology. Unfortunately, we can’t seem to agree with anyone’s efforts to make money in this episode. What do you expect? We’re audiologists!
We must be getting good at this, because this episode didn’t take nearly as much time. WE discuss latest research in audiology and debate the merits of animal research since some guy in Australia decided to question them.